CGI Names New President
Tom Riscili has joined CGI Windows & Doors Inc., the Miami-based manufacturer of impact-resistant windows and doors, as president and CEO. Succeeding Brian Evans, Riscili is responsible for all aspects of the company.
Riscili has more than a decade of experience in the building products industry, most recently having served as president of Fypon Ltd., the manufacturer of synthetic millwork products. Prior to that he was vice president at Simonton Windows, with specific responsibility for its entire West Coast window business, including operations, product design, sales and marketing. “Tom brings a wealth of experience and strong leadership to CGI," states Flavio Quesada, CGI chairman and founder. "I am thrilled to have him on our team.”
“CGI has an outstanding product line, reputation for quality and great people," notes Riscili. "I am looking forward to working with the organization, its customers and vendors to make it an even bigger, better business than it already is.”
Established in 1992, CGI got its start producing aluminum windows and doors designed specifically to meet the Miami-Dade County impact-resistant protocols. Recently profiled in Window & Door, CGI is majority owned by Cortec Group Fund IV, LP, a New York-based private equity investment fund.